Is there anything I can do to help with mosquito control?


  1. Check clogged gutters and flat roofs that may have poor drainage
  2. Drain all water from boats while being stored
  3. Drain water from pools not in use
  4. Empty plastic wading pools, bird baths, and pet water bowls at least once a week
  5. Fill in tree holes and hollow stumps that hold water
  6. Repair screening on windows, doors, porches, and patios
  7. Remove standing water in old tires buckets, drums, or any other containers
  8. Stock your ornamental water gardens with mosquito-eating fish (Gambusia, Minnows, or Goldfish)
  9. Avoid being outside around dusk or dawn (peak mosquito activity times) if possible
  10. Apply and reapply insect repellant to yourself and family if you are going to be outside
  11. Reach out to our staff with any questions and place service requests so we can better serve the community!

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1. Who is providing Mosquito Control to Camden County?
2. Do you have a set schedule for spraying mosquitoes? Can you call me before you spray?
3. How can I request to not be sprayed?
4. Are the products that you use safe?
5. Is there anything I can do to help with mosquito control?
6. Do you provide public education about mosquitoes?
7. How does the service request work?
8. How many phone calls do you need to spray in my area?
9. How many types of mosquitoes are there?
10. Do all mosquitoes bite?
11. Can bites from mosquitoes make me sick?
12. Where are all the mosquitoes coming from?